Burning Clean

July 2005
Pollution Engineering;Jul2005, Vol. 37 Issue 7, p35
Trade Publication
This article discusses the usability of the Clean Enclosed Burners (CEB), developed by Bekaert NV. Bekaert's CEB burn off waste gases by premixing the gas with air, and then burning it at high temperatures over a woven stainless steel mesh. It safety burns off any gas without giving off annoying light or noise. Due to burning of the gases in a blue-flame mode, the unit gives off no visible flames during daytime and very low level of light during the night. Exhaust gases from this unit have been measured and tested according to air emissions regulations from the Netherlands, Italy, and California.


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